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WELDER

Nascote Industries   Nashville, IL   Full-time     Manufacturing / Production / Operations
Posted on September 2, 2022

Progressive automotive manufacturer of quality, injection-molded plastic exteriors located 50 miles east of St. Louis has an immediate opening for a Rack Repair Specialist.

 

Position requires a high school diploma or GED.  An A.S. or trade school technical degree in welding or mechanical repair is preferred.  Successful candidate must have one year continuous work experience in a manufacturing environment and demonstrate ability to weld aluminum and steel utilizing wire feed welder. Candidate must have good computer, math and problem-solving skills. Ability to read blueprints, follow technical instructions and operate a forklift is required.

 

This opportunity includes competitive wages and an excellent benefit package.

 

Interested and qualified candidates should e-mail or mail a resume to: Nascote Industries, ATTN:  Recruiter, 18310 Enterprise Ave., Nashville, IL  62263 or E-mail: HR.Nascote@magna.com

 

We are an equal opportunity employer committed to workforce diversity.

 

 

 Since 1958, we’ve completed 2,000 construction projects, and our team has built close to 19 million square feet of warehouse space. This is a project we’re particularly proud to deliver, as we completed our work in a tight time schedule.

When Nascote Industries started their construction project they had a very tight construction schedule and needed a contractor that could deliver in time. The 300,000-square-foot facility had to be substantially completed in six months. M.I. Development, a division of Magna International, chose us for this fast-track project. The building has a steel frame with brick and metal panel exterior and includes equipment pits, cranes and several mezzanines.

Nascote Industries is a manufacturer of motor vehicle parts and accessories such as car bumpers, grill guards and bumper protectors.

Magna has since awarded The Korte Company the contracts to build two additional manufacturing facilities: the Ligma and Integram plants.